“Are you sure that your men will find much to release? I have men, too, in theforest to-night, close behind me, and THEY will be here first and do thereleasing. When they drag me out from under these damned branches it won’tneed much clumsiness on their part to roll this mass of trunk right over on thetop of you. Your men will find you dead under a fallen beech tree. For form’ssake I shall send my condolences to your family
“I’m caught in my own forest-land,“When my men come to release us you will wish, perhaps, that you were in a better plight than caught poaching on a neighbour’s land, shame on you"(saki Page 2).
“Could you reach this flask if I threw it over to you?”(Saki Page 3)
“No, I can scarcely see anything; there is so much blood caked round my eyes,"(Saki Page 3).
"… Ulrich von Gradwitz, I will be your friend"(Saki page 4).
"...Neighbour, if you will help me to bury the old quarrel I – I will ask you to be my friend”(Saki Page 4).
“...but we can try. Together, then”(Saki page 5)
“Let’sshout for help,...(Saki page 5).
“How many of them are there?”(Saki page 5).
“They hear us! They’ve stopped. Now they see us. They’re running down the hill towards us,”(Saki page5).